“ Overview The SHL3300 offers excellent sound quality for a very low price. Not only does it punch well above its weight class, but it also scores some knockouts against some serious headphones. The stunning sound quality is backed up with solid construction (albeit plastic) and great portability. In the context of its relatively low price tag, the only thing lacking is its crappy packaging....” --PeterParker
“This is my first attempt at a review, so if you make it to the bottom: Heres to you! Philips latest headphone line is better summed up in one word: Awesome. Sleek industrial design, modern indeed, yet classic and timeless. I thought of Grado (SR60-SR125), only not sort of cheap-looking. Stitches that contrast nicely in orange on black. Orange cloth-covered detachable...” --MagnumOpus
“Pros: -punchy bass -nice vocals -agressive sounding suitable for rock music -good isolation -fair built quality -no need of amp,directly from cd/pc/music player -closed back Cons: -need burn in for 20-30 hours, -little bit tighten on the head -no coiled cable -closed back Overal - perfect for the price ” --mitadoc
“ THE STORY: i was in TRINOMA mall yesterday. i was about to meet bro Josh (lolopopoy) and Ceph. im always haunted by my tracks, the aiaiai ever since i sold one. i missed its light and portable body. and a nice warm bassy sound sig. so, while waiting, i decided to walk around for a little while. while i was striding one part of the mall, the ANSON ...” --pinoyman
“ Pretty surprised by these cans - never though about Philips as of serious player. I wasn't lucky enough to hear something remarkable in the [previous] ranges of this manufacturer. But these guys are absolutely stunning, gorgeously looking well-balanced on-ear-phones. Being an active Senn PX-100 (Ist gen) user I got pretty used to their bass, which is considered by the...” --amdenis
“ THE STORY: i was in TRINOMA mall yesterday. i was about to meet bro Josh (lolopopoy) and Ceph. im always haunted by my tracks, the aiaiai ever since i sold one. i missed its light and portable body. and a nice warm bassy sound sig. so, while waiting, i decided to walk around for a little while. while i was striding one part of the mall, the ANSON store in ground level,...” --pinoyman
“ I bought these cans 2 monts ago. They were in very good shape . If you try to put them into comp sound card ,they will need some more power ,couse they are on 800 ohms. in comp there is a standard up to 32 or 64 ohms.They look very nice, but not much comfort after 2 hours of listening.They are very good for ambiental,classical, pop, downtempo and tech-trance music. ” --newmarko
CitiScape DownTown Series On-Ear Headphones with MusicSeal and In-Line Microphone/Remote Cable
Clear, natural sound immersion with MusicSeal to keep your music yours. Inspired by New York and its smart-casual street style, the CitiScape Downtown lets you keep it real with ease. MusicSeal keeps your music to yourself, while light spring-steel with soft foam cushions ensure perfect comfort.
The pop-culture inspired Metro headphone flawlessly combines pure comfort and iconic style with its soft, breathable headband and auto-fitting ear cushions, topped with a high gloss finish.